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Tuesday, 30 October 2007 15:12

Crysis has gone Gold!

Written by Slobodan Simic

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To hit retail store November 16th


Electronic Arts and Crytek Studios have announced that Crysis, the same one we talked about for past few months if not years, has gone Gold.

If we put a few problems behind us, such as lack of SLI and its Vista-loving "very high" settings issue, we can easily say that Crysis is the most anticipated and most promising game this year.

Still to come, Epic's Unreal Tournament 3 and various other games, which should be out in November.

Crysis is still scheduled for retail release on November 16th.

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